To fight the battle against hunger, nonprofits can advocate for meaningful change in our societal structures.
Deepak Bhargava of the Center for Community Change channels the Force to call nonprofits to action, drawing parallels to Star Wars.
Rick Cohen delves into the less-heard concerns and questions about Teach for America, and its effect on the education sector.
Rick Cohen explores three large and distinct ways that the nonprofit sector is involved with the health care reform debates.
Pamela Davis explains how everything we’ve been taught about this economy needs to change, with the false equivalency of price and value.
Mark Ishaug, CEO of the AIDS Foundation of Chicago, expresses concern about reduced support for the HIV/AIDS community.
Can the “Obama movement” – with its community organizing and its newly empowered warriors for change – revitalize nonprofits?
Catholic schools are having to go to the laity more [for staff], and that raises their expenses — hurting inner-city schools.
A long-time grant seeker and nonprofit staff person offers his impressions of a Council on Foundations conference.
It’s an unusual title! Where did it come from? Find out here where this well-known nonprofit publication got its name.